Veteran-Owned Restoration Company in Ohio Wins First Government Contract

Band of Brothers Restoration of Ohio has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to control erosion on a creek in Greenbrier County, West Virginia.

Medina, Ohio (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The $38,743 contract award is the first government contract won by Band of Brothers Restoration, a service-disabled-veteran-owned company.

The company anticipates performing contract for about two weeks. 

The USDA deems it “emergency watershed protection” as Band of Brothers is responsible to “relieve imminent hazards to life and property due to a major flood event [that took place on] June 22-29, 2016.”

Band of Brothers Restoration will supply all labor, materials, equipment and supervision on this “Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction” contract.

The company also constructs and remodels homes as well as industrial buildings.

Those complex tasks go hand in hand with their other North American Industry Classification System codes (NAICS) such as concrete foundation pouring, masonry, roofing, framing, and siding.

The four-year-old company looks forward to more work in the federal sector.

They plan on submitting at least one bid on a government contract every week.

They stay busy with other projects too such as building a gated community for other veterans and scheduling time next summer for a possible reality TV show about their business.